Spurs will take title race down to the wire - Chelsea's Matic

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Mauricio Pochettino's side are four points adrift of the Premier League leaders after embarking on a brilliant nine-match winning streak, their latest success coming against north London rivals Arsenal at White Hart Lane on Sunday.

Three wins from their remaining four matches would guarantee Chelsea the title, although by the time they face Middlesbrough on Monday their four-point advantage could be reduced to the slimmest of margins.

"It's not the end of the season for Morgan", the Dutchman told the club's official website.

"We win. Tottenham win".

The 58-time Belgium worldwide has also provided six assists in his 34 league appearances, and scored in his one FA Cup game this term too.

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The Toffees have little left to play for this term and are virtually assured of a seventh-placed finish; they are two points adrift of Arsenal in sixth who have two games in hand, but can not be caught by the teams below them. They also have some hard games at home and away.

Lukaku was not commanding against Chelsea but he has rejected a new deal at Goodison worth £140,000 a week and made it known he wants Champions League football, with his former club a possible buyer.

Manager Antonio Conte knew it, and he didn't hold his pure joy in.

"I had already won several titles with Chelsea, played my part in a attractive period in the club's history and made so many friends". Everton majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri thwarted a Chelsea move for Lukaku last summer and the Merseyside club have placed a £100m valuation on him this time. "But in 2015 we had good openings against Manchester City - it was great. We now hope Tottenham drop points".

'We prepared well, we knew it would be hard and we were mentally ready.